** Due to the increasing severity of MY ILLNESS, it has become impossible for me to continue to post on a regular basis. Unfortunately, as much as I desperately long to, I am also unable to visit each of your blogs often or reciprocate all the loving, supportive comments many of you continue to leave - even though at times it may appear as though you've arrived at some long ago, forsaken blog! With that said, I really want you to know that I miss every single one of you and that I really am still here! I'm just too sick and too weak most days to be able to sit up long enough to create a brand new post...or even read one. However, I absolutely do receive AND read every new encouraging word you leave (and, often, the old ones, again and again!) and I cherish them now more than ever! I truly appreciate your love, support, and, most importantly, your precious time spent on your knees in prayer for my family and me. It ALL means the world to me and I am truly blessed to have friends like you!
~Hugs and Sister Love, Teresa

FYI: All comments come to my email, which I can easily read on my phone. I also enjoy Facebook on my phone because I can catch up on A LOT in a very short time there. Soooo, if you're on Facebook, come 'friend' me there! {{HUGS}} **

Thursday, May 27, 2010

STREP, MOTHER NATURE
DYSAUTONOMIA and GRADUATION
Update on Teresa

We just want to say thank you very much for the support you have shown over the past couple of days. We have received so many encouraging messages through your comments and many people have also said they are praying for us. Please keep them coming because we are definitely still not out of the woods just yet.

Teresa is still in a great deal of pain and is very, very week. Plus, Mother Nature decided to throw a proverbial monkey wrench (monthly cycle) into the works, just for good measure. That is always an extremely difficult battle for Teresa, but this month it couldn't have come at a worse time. Needless to say, she is still feeling pretty rotten! However, we are hoping and praying that over the next 24-30 hours, she will begin to feel well enough to at least make an appearance at Morgan's graduation ceremony.

We would be extremely grateful if you would please continue to pray with us as we ask God to help her feel better and give her the strength she needs to make it through the graduation ceremony tomorrow night. If you've ever been to one, you know they can be very long. (Morgan's class is graduating almost 450 students.) It has been very hot and humid here this week which almost always makes Dysautonomia worse for those who have it. All of the above, in addition to recovering from a significant bacterial infection, means it is going to take nothing short of a miracle for Teresa to be able to attend Morgan's graduation. We really need that miracle.

Prayers for that miracle would be appreciated more than you will ever know.

Thanks so much,


David

7 comments:

Aleta said...

Sending prayers ***

Supermanslady said...

Have been and will continue to pray! Especially for health for the graduation tomorrow night.

septembermom said...

Sending more prayers...

janis said...

Sending prayers from Indiana!

janis said...

Sending Prayers from Indiana & {{hugs}}

bluecottonmemory said...

Oh, Teresa, I know it's late, but I'm still praying -heartfelt praying! Faithful lady,I pray joy, peace - and healing.

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